April 11

Five Energies of Horrible Bosses with Marcel Daane

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Nobody wants to work with Horrible Bosses and we don’t want to be one either. Listen as our guest today, Marcel Daane shares with us the five energies of Horrible Bosses so we know how NOT to become one. 

Marcel Daane is an accredited Professional Certified Coach with the International Coaching Federation. He is the recipient of the 2012 Global HR Excellence Award in Leadership, the 2016 Global Coaching Leadership Award, and voted 2020 Executive Coach of the Year in Singapore. He has written two books, “Headstrong Performance,” and “Five Energies of Horrible Bosses and How Not To Become One.”

Since 2010, Marcel has been partnering with organizations, teams, and individuals in Asia and North America providing leadership assessments, feedback, and coaching to align the leadership skills of senior managers and behaviors of teams with the organization’s brand promise and culture.

Key Takeaways:

  1. I’ve always found that there was a missing element in how we connect with other human beings, and how we can work together in teams. And a large part of that is how we connect with energy. (2:40)
  2. So as human beings we’re conduits of energy. We actually project different types of energy throughout our day, we do this all the time. For example, when I’m in a really good mood, or I’m at a party, and I want to dance, my energy is different from when I’m in the board meeting (12:41)
  3. For any single boss, if they’re not aware of the energy that they’re in, they might be utilizing the wrong wrong type of energy, which coins them as a horrible boss at that moment. (15:41)

To book a coaching session with Marcel or purchase a copy of his book, visit his website: https://www.marceldaane.com/about-marceldaane-executive-coaching-in-singapore/

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